Apple says sorry for the FaceTime security flaw, to re-enable the feature next week

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A major security flaw with Group FaceTime was discovered just a few days ago and Apple had to shut down the Group FaceTime servers while working on a solution. The company has now issued an apology for the inconvenience and promised to bring back online the servers next week. In the statement, Apple says that they've already sorted things out server-side and next week the company will seed a software update to re-enable FaceTime Group. The statement also gives special thanks to the Thompson family for reporting the bug. Here's the full statement: We have fixed the Group FaceTime...



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